Florida Governor Ron DeSantis just keeps the hits coming when it comes to the troubling operations of Disney, which appears intent on continuing down its deeply destructive path of division.
Starting in the classroom, as the original source of the feud between DeSantis and Disney ties back to the corporation thinking it would be a great idea to openly bash the governor for passing legislation preventing kindergarten teachers from teaching about transgenderism and other LGBTQ+ concerns.
For whatever bizarre reason, Disney did not like that move, at all, though its strong opposition to such a move raises tremendous questions about the corporation.
In fact, Disney’s lame attempts to circumvent DeSantis may well end up in an outcome the corporation does not like at all.
As reported by the Daily Mail, DeSantis has mulled placing a prison alongside the park.
“If you look at this whole special district, Walt Disney Corporation, obviously, owns a lot of it, but the district owns other land … Now people are like, ‘What should we do with this land?’ People have said, ‘Maybe create a state park, maybe try to do more amusement parks.’ Someone even said, ‘Maybe you need another state prison.’ Who knows?” DeSantis mused, adding that “the possibilities are endless.”
Indeed they are, in an increasingly unapologetic red state.
DeSantis is hardly the only one who is put off by the corporation’s bullying behavior, especially when accounting for the feedback from the Central Florida Tourism Oversight District board.
“The bottom line is Disney engaged in a caper worthy of Scrooge McDuck to try to evade Florida law,” remarked attorney David Thompson, who had been hired by the board.
Key emphasis on “try.” Disney, in all likelihood, will not succeed against DeSantis.
As detailed by board chairman Martin Garcia, the board is willing to take a broad range of actions to put Disney in its place.
“It really is shameful what Disney tried to do … Nothing is off the table at this point,” Garcia warned.
Including the construction of “affordable housing” right alongside the park.
Would go well with the proposed prison. As Florida actually believes in justice, not letting criminals roam free to terrorize taxpayers Dems depend upon for outrageous “social welfare” spending.
Most recently, DeSantis announced that Disney’s little stunt, namely its efforts to disempower DeSantis, will ultimately do nothing but disempower the corporation itself.
“One of the Florida’s statutes provides the legislature with the authority to revoke development agreements in this exact type of instance …
And so I’ve worked with both leaders of the House and Senate. There is a bill that will be put out in the Florida Legislature that will make sure that the agreements purported to be entered into by Disney are revoked and the people’s will is established,” DeSantis boomed.
“’They thought that they could create some type of development agreements that would essentially render everything that we did null and void and put them in control in perpetuity for this. Well that’s not going to work. That’s not going to fly,” DeSantis added.
Just imagine this type of leadership for the entire nation in 2024, whether it is Trump, DeSantis, or any other non-RINO American Patriot.
That leadership cannot come soon enough …
Author: Ofelia Thornton
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